Perhaps the most important decision a company must make before entering the world of mobile app development concerns the approach they wish to take when building a mobile app.
Do you want to astound and entice your users by building an entirely native application that integrates into the platform of their choice (Android or iOS)? Or are you more interested in taking a Minimum Viable Product approach and quickly developing a hybrid application that can be released across platforms?
Though potentially easier to build and maintain, this second strategy is likely to result in a less than ideal user experience with subpar performance.
In this white paper, we compare and contrast the benefits and tradeoffs of building a native versus hybrid application. We examine all the main factors impacted by each of the two approaches, such as website performance, user experience, speed to market, and release cycles.
- Overview of native vs hybrid quick wins
- How app performance is impacted by each development approach
- Native vs hybrid app differentiators
Learn How to Choose Wisely Between a Native and a Hybrid Application: